Libraries Facilities Coordinator – University Libraries (Burlington, VT)

The Libraries facility coordinator will be the leader of facilities (five unique buildings/spaces) as they relate to the University Libraries programs. This position oversees safety protocols to ensure the protection of the libraries’ collections, estimated at over $400,000,000, some of which are irreplaceable. Coordinate and lead discussions about library facilities and emergency/safety planning with Library leadership, staff, faculty and on-campus partners such as Physical Plant, Risk Management and Planning, Design and Construction. Oversee construction projects, renovations, and space planning in library facilities. Assume operational oversight and administration of facilities as they relate to research and outreach programs. Assist in formulating goals, strategies and policies for operations, equipment and facilities growth and maintenance. Serve as liaison with internal partners and external contractors; collaborate with university partners to ensure facilities serve the libraries’ and the universities’ educational programs. Manage daily operations and administrative functions and assist in developing operational budgets. Oversee academic and service tenants who are located in library buildings. Monitor inventory, equipment and compliance with internal standards and external regulatory guidelines based on comprehensive knowledge and understanding of University policies and procedures as well as Library standards. Oversee and manage the Libraries Mailroom and Libraries Courier Service. Operate University vehicle as needed.

For more information and to apply online, please visit our website: and refer to job posting number S4137PO. This position is open to internal employees only. Candidates are required to submit a cover letter, résumé, and contact information for three references. The search will remain open until the position is filled. For best consideration, complete applications should be received no later than March 15, 2023.

– Posted 2/25/23